That Loamy Feeling

Words: Logan Whitehead Photo and Video: Steven Lloyd Each fall, I feel a sense of urgency. It is my favorite time of the year to ride my bike – the colors, the smells, the crispness in the air – they flood my mind with some of my most memorable adventures. Yet these signs also point […]

The Sacred
Valley of Peru

Words: Aaron Crowder Images: Carlos Diaz and Ali Goulet The culture is raw and pure. The locals are humble and loyal. The terrain is everything a modern trail bike is engineered for. In Cusco life is still happening in a very simplistic and raw form. The appreciation for the land here is unmatched and the fact […]

New ENVE Products of 2015

At ENVE we are driven to innovate products that deliver more confidence, speed, strength and reliability to your ride experience. Here’s an innovation report from 2015: Carbon ROad HUB The ENVE Road Hub is the pinnacle of hub technology; it is lightweight, durable and provides another piece of the puzzle in producing the best wheels […]

Val di Sole World Cup | THE SYNDICATE – Episode 7

The latest episode from THE SYNDICATE is live! See Peaty's return, Greg's pursuit of the overall, and Ratboy's solid season-ender. Can't wait for Worlds in Andorra!

World Championship – Andorra | THE SYNDICATE – Episode 8

After a week of rain in the Pyrenees, the track at Vallnord, Andorra was relatively dry, fast, and as technical as ever. Both Greg and Josh laid down super-fast runs, but it all finally came together for Loic Bruni, and he came down just over two seconds faster, which netted Greg the silver and Josh […]

Is wider always better?

With the whole “wide wheel” craze seemingly erupting all around us in the media and the popular forums, we asked our engineers, from a scientific perspective: Is wider always better? Let’s knock out a couple of myths about wide wheels. Myth #1 – Running a wider rim increases effective tread. Maxxis High Roller II Geometry As you […]

Downhill World Cup Windham | The Syndicate – Episode 6

After last weekend’s win in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Josh Bryceland and Greg Minnaar were looking to turn back to back World Cup weekends into a North American double for the Syndicate. Both looked strong in qualifying with Greg finishing 4th, and Josh 6th. In the finals, Josh’s front wheel got a little wild on the dusty fire […]

ENVE’s 2015 Tour de France with MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung

The 2015 Tour de France was special for ENVE as it marked the first time that our wheels have been used in competition at a grand tour. MTN-Qhubeka has reported to us on several occasions throughout the season that riders and mechanics from other teams frequently comment about the good fortune they have to ride […]

Adventure Catalyst : Colorado Trail

Words: Dylan Stucki Photos: Dylan Stucki | Ben Kraushaar Going in search of the things in life worth enduring, two good friends and I departed on the Colorado Trail. With no real expectations, and a vague outline of what we assumed would be possible, we set out on the trail with really only one goal; to ride […]

Downhill World Cup Mont-Sainte-Anne | The Syndicate – Episode 5

A healthy Rat is a fast Rat! The World Cup’s 25th visit to Mont-Sainte-Anne also marked a return to form for Josh Bryceland. After an encounter with a tree in Ft. William, and a finger dislocation at Lenzerheide, Ratboy made it through practice and qualifiers in one piece, and headed to the start gate looking […]